Liberia Real Estate
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About Liberia .....
Liberia is the capital and largest city of Guanacaste province, Costa Rica. Liberia is located 215 kilometres (134 mi) northwest of the national capital, San José, in the canton with the same name. Liberia was nicknamed by the local population as La Ciudad Blanca (white city) due to the white gravel that was once used to make the city’s roads and the whitewashed colonial houses which used to make up a large part of the city. In 2017 Liberia had a population 62,150.
Liberia is a major center for the country's tourism industry and agricultural industry. The city is a gateway to the Gold Coast beaches of Costa Rica (about 30 kilometers west of Liberia) and the beautiful Guanacaste Mountains of Rincon de La Vieja National Park (east of Liberia). The second International Airport in Costa Rica is only 8 miles (12 kilometers) West of Liberia.
As the business center for all of Guanacaste Liberia has shopping of all kinds – Wal Mart, Perie, Super Compro, Maxi Pali plus shopping malls, computer shops, car dealerships, car repair shops, car rentals and a full slate of restaurants fast food McDonald’s, Taco Bell, KFC, Subway, Pizza Hut along with great Costa Rican restaurants.
Liberia can be a little confusing sometimes for new drivers from out of the country or area. Watch for the one way streets that for some reason change into two way streets or vice versa. We have lived here for 11 years and still encounter this problem. Signage is not great so look carefully for faded painted arrows on the road to indicate right or left turns. You can be confused as well by cars parking on the wrong side of a two-way street making you think it is one way!! Street signs are non existent so be prepared to navigate by local landmarks like the town square and central church. Always an adventure to visit Liberia – Pura Vida!